Schiller Conference Day One: Zepp-LaRouche Keynote—Navigating the World Out of the Present Danger
If a sage traveler steps outside their own nation and views the world as seen from each of Russia, China, and the United States, along with the massive rise in tensions which has occurred between them since the outbreak of COVID, the conclusion must be that humanity is in very perilous waters, including the real possibility of extinguishing itself by war. That overview was provided by Helga Zepp LaRouche in her initial presentation to an extraordinary Schiller Institute conference which occurred over the Labor Day weekend.
There followed a dramatic dialogue about the ways out of this danger, including Mrs. LaRouche’s call for an urgent meeting of the permanent members of the UN Security council. The dialogue featured Andrey Kortunov, the Director General of the Russian International Affairs Council, Dr. Edward Lozansky from the American University in Moscow, Martin Sieff, former senior foreign affairs reporter for UPI, James Jatras, a former advisor to the U.S. Senate Republican leadership, Marco Zanni, Chariman of the Identity and Democracy Faction of the European Parliament, Kurt Wiebe and Bill Binney, formerly of the U.S. National Security Agency, and Richard Black, former head of the U.S. Army’s Criminal Division, Judge Advocate General, and Virginia State Senator.
Watch the full conference proceedings here.